The ORIGINAL gathering place for a merry band of Three Percenters. (As denounced by Bill Clinton on CNN!)
yep because wanting to catch your brass before it hits the ground is something a criminal would give a shit about.....not really
Why a brass catcher? Aren't rat-tail files cheaper?
Brass? WHAT BRASS ? Revolvers. Pack out your trash.
Oh FFS, didn't we go through this with the 'microstamping' craze?It's great when you have the firearm and can backtrack it to specific rounds fired, but I don't think that's what they're trying to do here.
Sandpaper is this systems Kryptonite...
It won't be long before possession of a rat-tail file AND a firearm becomes "Constructive possession of a firearm modified to prevent identification" - ten years.
So now we need a ban on range pickups; brass catchers and replacement bolt-heads just to ensure that crime sceen brass was actually fired during the crime!
300 grit sandpaper renders this forensic tech irrelevant.Or just swap your parts.
P-R-O-P-A-G-A-N-D-A, More government disinfo. bullshit. They been talkin' shit about this for 20 years now. They can't make it work. But they sure do want to make you THINK they can. Makes you look one way, while they do realy EVIL shit behind your back.It also taints the jury pool. Makes 'em think that they realy CAN do this.
#1I don't believe that this ID metod actually works. Where is the evidence that it does work? Could say 600 casings from 60 different firearms of same caliber each be conclusively linked to each other, with the scratch & dent tecnology? Sure most could tell if it came from an HK or Glock, but that isn't what this is about.#2If I read the article correctly, this is a method to replicate a fired case. Why would someone wish to do that - what is the true purpose? To creat more "evidence" to be "examined" by the only ones?Kinda like creating fingerprints to be placed where convenient.
I prefer the soft sided ones with the Velcro seal on the bottom. Less rattle.
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